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Historical Plances in Paphos

There are many historical places to visit in Paphos such as the Tomb of the Kings and the Paphos Odeon.

There are a few beautiful churches in the Paphos area. There is the 12th century Agia Solomoni Church. There is also the The Theoskepasti Church and the 13th century Panagia Chrysopolitissa Church and Byzantine Bascila.

The Mosaics of Paphos are considered among the finest in the Eastern Mediterranean. They mainly depict scenes from Greek mythology.

Paphos Mediaeval Fort is originally a Byzantine fort built to protect the harbor.

Built in the early 5th century was the Panglia Limeniotissa Basilica. It was almost completely destroyed during the 7th century Arab raids.

You can visit a castle that was built by the Lusignans at the beginning of the early l3th century. It is called Saranta Kolones.

In Limassol you can also visit the historical temple that was the Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates.

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